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Freedom of Movement

by Free Radicals

Houston's award winning jazz funk collective takes on an all breakbeats project with Houston's renowned breakdancing collective Havikoro.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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Album Notes
Havikoro, Killem Collective, and Free Radicals present: Freedom of Movement!
Freedom of Movement:
- is a response to the decreasing realm of free public space
- rebels against colonization, gentrification, borders militarization, and other obstacles to migration
- asserts an inalienable right of people to dance, make music, and create art in public
- demands that it be free and uncomplicated for community arts groups to utilize public space.
- respects culture, communities, and collective spirit
- honors the lives sacrificed, and efforts made in past struggles for people and arts over property, nature over resource looting, and shared public space over land ownership

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